The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 19, 1937 · Page 10
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, August 19, 1937
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The Algona Upper Peg Moineg, Algotttt, Iowa, Aug. 19, 1937 CREAMERY PICNIC PLANNED AUG. 26 Contests, Entertainment and Music Are on The Program Whlttemore: The Farmers Creamery and Elevator picnic wll be held at the Academy Park on Aug. 20. All patrons of the cream cry and elevator are Invited to at tend. The program will start at t«n a. m. with a kittenball game between north and south side patrons. The creem scoring contest wil be held at eleven o'clock. A picnic lunch will be held at noon. Ice cream, milk and coffee will be furnished. The local band will play during the noon hour. A specia feature of the afternoon program will be a number of Bongs by Joe Doaks, radio entertainer from Station WMT. Musical numbers wll also be presented by Maurice Steier and Leonard Youngwirth. At 1:30 p. m. Prof. F. W. Beck, direct- of agriculture extension, University of Minnesota will talk on the "Future of Cooperative Organizations." The presentation of cream scor Ing prizes will take place at two o'clock. Between 2<30 and 3:00 o'clock, foot races for the children and tug-of-war for both men and women will be an added feature. There will be prizes for the winners. At 3:30, another kittenball game will be held between the winners of the morning game against the employees and directors of the creamery and elevator. A free dance will be held in the Higgins hall, starting at 8:30. Miss Mary Kelso, daughter of Mr. adn Mrs. James Kelso, ST., arrived after spending two months with rel- in Whittemore, last Wednesday, atives in Davenport, St Louis and Chicago. Mr. and Mrs. Connie Doyle, ac- A new Midway will be seen at the Great Clay County Fair at Spencer this year. The fine Fairly-Martone Shows will open on Monday, Sept 13. at nine o'clock and will stay until the last light is out Saturday night, Sept 18. companied by Mrs. Lawrence Doyle and son, Lawrence, drove to Fort Dodge Wednesday to have the Connie Doyle's daughter, Mary Ann's tonsils removed. Richard Seymour, son of Mr. anc Mrs. Charles Seymour, began working in the Kermoore hotel in E metsburg Monday morning. Richard will attend the Emmetsburg junior college this school term. Mrs. Fred Lehman arid granddaughter, Miss Alvera Behnke returned from Chicago, Saturday morning after spending a week with Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lehman and Esther Behnke, a sister of Alvera, who Is taking nurses training in Chicago. Frieda and Esther Discher of Wall Lake, were Tuesday afternoon visitors at the Herman Voight home. The girls spent a few days last week with their brother and family, Rev. and Mrs. W. H. Discher of here. They were accompanied )y an aunt Mrs. Matt Klrschbaum and her children, Phyllis and Robert are spending two weeks with their husband and father respectively at Sparta and Tunnel, Wis., where Mr. Kirschbaum is stationed for Jie summer months with the Milwaukee railroad. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Schatt- schnelder drove to Des Moines, Monday to take their daughter, Darlene to a specialist for an examination. Darlene had her tonsils removed at Fort Dodge about a month ago and since that time has not been in the best of health. One day last week as Mrs. Mary Meurer was passing the Mallory home here, the Mallory dog snapped at her which frightened her and she fell against a nearby fence. Mrs. Meurer was laid up for a few days with a sore limb, but reports are that she is now feeling better. Mr. and Mrs. Archie Voight and on, James, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Mey- jr and daughter, Helen, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schultz, Edna and El- ilne Schultz, and the Geo. Schultz amily helped Herman Voight celebrate his 48th birthday Wednesday evening. Cake and ice cream were served as refreshments. Guests at the Frank Farrell home last week were: Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Arnold of Minneapolis, Ber- nlce Luerhl and Bernlte Drew of EmmcUburg, Mr. and Mr». E. Meyer and Mr. and Mr*. Vern Meyer Mary Jane Gebhart of St. Pau visited her aunt, Mrs. Nell Farrell last week. Mrs. Dorothy Sebers and son Ralph, spent a few days the first of the week at the Lloyd Walker home in Algona. Mr. and Mrs. William Leopold and daughter, Elsie of Milwaukee and Mrs. Harry Kohl of Antlgo Wis., returned to their homes on Friday morning after spending the last two weeks with the Art Heldcn- withs and other relatives near Whittemore. Adolph Nass and daughter, Leona, Irene Heller and Mrs. Joe Besch drove to Rochester Tuesday morning of last week. Leona went to make arrangements to enter St Mary's hospital and Mrs. Besch visited her daughter, Helen who is a student nurse at that hospital. Guests at the H. R. Zumach and Wm. Rusch, Sr., homes last week were: Prof, and Mrs. H. Groth mann and daughter, Ruth and Miss Selma Fehlou of Milwaukee, Mrs. Edward Vehlow and Alvln Vehlow of Watertown, Wis., and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Nolte and Selma, Paul, Robert and Relnhard Nolte of Fairmont, Minn. Mrs. Edward Vehlow and Selma and Alvln Vehlow remained for a longer visit Mr. and Mrs. Robert Finnell, Sr., returned the latter part of the week from a two weeks' visit with their daughters, Mrs. Gertude Hockenberry, Mrs. Wayne Brunner, and Mrs. Elmer Jensen and their families at Mason City. They also visited Mr. and Mrs. Ted Frost, formerly of Whittemore and now of Waterloo, and their son, Bob, Jr., at Cedar Rapids, who has charge of .he ice cream department of the ftrebs Creamery and Ice Cream factory. Bob will finish his course in the dairy department at Iowa State College at Ames next year. J. C. Thul Passed Away At Clarion On Last Saturday •St. Joe: George and John Thul recevied word Sunday morning of the death of J. C. Thul of Clarion Saturday. Funeral services were held Monday morning from the Catholic church in Clarion at 9:30 o'clock. J. C. Thul was the father of John N. Thul of Algona. Mr. and Mrs. George Thul, Mr. and Mrs. in..XbuLand daughter, Rita, and There'§ far more real paint in « gallon cmn of LOWE BROTHERS HIGH STANDARD House Paiut than there is in a gallon can of cheap paint. HIGH STANDARD covers more surface—is easier to apply—cuts down painters' time—and wears longer. See us bei'ore you do any painting—it will pay yo- F. S. Norton & Son Phone 229 Algona, la. .- •- Moyera are cousins of . and have been touring the west for the past month. Sister Mary Caroline, daughter of Henry Bushe.rfeldt and Sister Mary Ambrose, a former teacher here, spent a few days last week at the Henry and Tony Busherfeldt homes. On Saturday Mr. and Mrs. Tony Busherfeldt took the Sisters to Pert Dodge, where they then took a train to Emerson, Neb., to teach this school term. The Ed, Geo. and Herman Maahs families, Mr. and Mrs. John Maahs and Anna Maahs of here drove to Spirit Lake Sunday to attend a family Bunion there. The Fred Maahs family of Balaton, Minn., also atended. Hazel, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Maahs, accompanied the Fred Maahs home and will stay in Minnesota for a week. ,tuno!«orrar 75ATBQG6ER HOME, UJVERNE ON ANNIVERSARY Relatives From Distant Points Gather For Big Reunion LuVerne: The beautiful farm home of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Beig- ger, south of LuVerne, furnished a setting Sunday for a birthday celebration which was attended by 76 relatives and friends represent- four different states. The honor guest was Mrs. Susan Johnson ol Fort Dodge an aunt of Mrs. Belgger and she was 81 years old on that date. Two birthday cakes, beautifully decorated In pink and green were made by Mrs. Arthur Johnson ol Staples, Minn., and Mrs. Belgger, LuVerne. The guests were: Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Johnson, Howard and Jean, Arthur Ross and Miss Mary Bedmar, and Miss Frances Johnson, all of Fort Dodge; Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Johnson, Darlene and Wes- ley, Staples, Minn.; Mr. and Mrs. Will Johnson, Garrison, South Dak* ota; Mr. and Mrs. John Young, Clarion; Mr. and Mrs. Will Kollasch and Duane, of Algona; Mrs. Minnie Carrie and Bhner Carrier, Chester Bell and Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Carrier, Spirit Lake. Mr. and Mrs. Ninas l*nU, Arnolds Park; Mr. and Mrs. Glen Carrier, Mrs. Alva Klell, daughters, Catherine and Betty and Clarence Clingman, all of Spencer; Mr. and Mrs. John Shannon, Dorothy, Alice, Marie, and Donald of Scran ton; Mr. and Mrs. Vora Snyder, Wendell and Jackie of Williams; Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Johnson, Arlene and Eleanor of Larrabee; Mr. and Mrs. Marion Johnson, Gllmore City; Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Johnson, Corwtth; Miss Francis Buscher and Frances Kay of Humboldt; Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Christen, Mary Ann and Melvin, Jr., Of Hardy; Mr. and Mrs. G«o. Belgger, Mr. and Mrs. Harley Van Houten and son, Dale, Ltvermore; Mrs. Merle Simmons Carman and Beverly of Dakota City; Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Johnson, Bonnie and Marilyn of Thor; Mr. and Mrs. Wm, Young of LeMars, Mo.; Mrs. Tillie McKitrlch, Humboldt; Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence McDermott, LuVerne. Frances Toohey, Nevada, Iowa, is visiting here this week. The M. M. Lowmlllers attended a Bolin family reunion at Clarksville Sunday. Helen Vessel Is visiting at the Andrew Johnson home at Alfoha this week. Clara Wedel, Hereford, Texas, Is a guest of her Mater, Mrs. Albert Schneider. The Earl Broadies, Polk City, were week end guests at the Max Pattersons. Ferdinand Meyer took hta sister, Mrs. Delores Maas to her home In Waterloo, Sunday. The J. U Lichtys and Lottie and Jennie Mason went to Ledyard and Interlaken Sunday. Chas. Miller has been quite ill at his home. Mabel Nygaard has been helping care for him. Emma ftrause, Mrs. Arthur Krause and children visited at the Frank Krauses, Renwick, Friday. Mrs. Fred Hlnc and son, Garry, Webster City are spending this week at the parental Wm. Ramus home. Mrs. Fred Marty and Mrs. Fred Merkle visited Kenneth Marty on Thursday at a Fort Dodge hospital, where he is recovering from an appendectomy. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Consuer from near Emmetsburg visited relatives here Sunday and Marie and Betty Patterson accompanied them home for the week. Richard and Beverly Smith came home from Corwlth Sunday. Dick has been visiting there about two months and Beverly about a month. Mrs. Lulu Lorten, Lincoln, Neb, is * guest at the Dr. H. D. Meyer home. She Is a sister of Mrs. ilaytr and another sister, Mrs. Earl Rlcheson, Waterloo and her husband and «on, Bobby, Waterloo, were over Sunday guests at the Meyers Definitely New Are the New FALL HATS $ 3 .oo Tailored brims with the new high flattering crowns. Profile brims, off the face with the fisherman's back, turbans with high crowns and veils. Choose your new fall hat here from our grand collection In black, brown, navy, trotter green, rust and wine. The Elite Shop Mrs. Sylvester Wagner al funeral. Prat-Nuptial Shower Invitations for a post-nuptial shower for Mrs. Frank Reding were issued the past week for Wednesday afternoon at the John B. Red- Ing home. At Zrimet Home, Sunday Mr. and Mr*. Martin Wabba of Cylinder, Mr. and Mrs. John Kemna and family of West Bend, Mr. and Mrs. George Lenertz of Livermore, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Gisch of Algona, Ben Gisch and family of Rich Point and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Gisch of Madelia, Minn., were relatives from a distance who spent Sunday at the Henry Zeimet, Jr. home. SCHOOL SALE HATS 25c Gob hats of corduroy and knits. Novelty trims. ALL WOOL BERETS in colors Me HAIR BOWS halms and plaids HANKIES Big Sport size 10t 2 for 5c HOSE 13c •1 lor 25c- Ribbed, yarn knit. Popular sciiool time colors. Sweater All pure wool in smart new knits and colors, girls' sizes. Growing PRETTY PRINT Frocks Fast color prints with rick rack and zigzag braids, bows and big buttons. Some with bolero jacket effects. Sizes 5 to 14 49c New DrestaS for Lit lie Tots. 4t»c PANTIES 19c Chalk finibh rayon or soft tuck- stitch panties or bloomers. 4 to 14. Headquarters for "Onward" School Supplies Tablets, Notebooks, Fountain Pens, Pencils, Lunch Boxes Sale Starts Saturday. Big Free Balloon with Each Purchase Pencil Boxes, Crayons, Ink. Typewriter Paper, School Bags WE (ilVE (iHKKN STAMPS 1L BEN FRANKLINS w. v.'Jh»ti«. Math Zeimet ia driving a new Willys car purchased last week. Mr. and Mrs. John Bornong from Gilbertsville spent last Sunday with friends here. Mrs. Nick Reding and sons o Whittemore spent Friday with Mrs Lucy Wagner. Viola Klein is assisting with th household duties at the Dick Dun phy home near Livermore. Mr. and Mrs. Orville Wagner an daughter spent Friday at the Ed ward Besch home near Whittemore A party was given in honor o Lucille Gales Tuesday, August 10 the occasion being her 19th birth day. Mrs. Peter Schmidt and children Dorothy, Mary and Thomas, lef Monday for several days' visit wit relatives in Missouri. Phyllis Vollmer, daughter of M and Mrs? Joe Vollmer, spent las week with her grandparents, M and Mrs. Joe Stattleman. Mr. and Mrs. Math Kirsch an j Mr. and Mrs. Conrad Kohlhaas left Saturday for the Black Hills and the Yellowstone National Park. John Thul accompanied Irwin | Olson. Charles Brown and Carl Underberg to Coon Rapids and Grimes Wednesday to see the fields of hybrid corn and how it is produced. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Lenertz from Wheaton, III., returned to their home Monday after a visit at the Joe Stattleman home. Mrs. Lenertz is u sister of Joe Stattleman. Andrew Kramer, Julius Becker and Richard Marso returned Saturday from North Dakota from the harvest fields. Clarence Marso and Adolph Kass remained for a longer stay. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Illg and family, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Reding and daughter and Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Reding and family spent last Sunday at the Henry Zeimet home near Bancroft. Mrs. M. T. McGuire and five sons and Eleanor Klein left Friday for Lake Okoboji where they will spend two weeks. Miss Klein will remain one week and then Madeline Bueb will spend the last week with them. Sister M. Marcelila left Monday for Chicago after a short vis.I with relatives here. Sister M. Marcelita will bu better remembered as Caroline (ii&ch, -laughter of Ben Gisch of near Rich Point and a sister of Mrs. Henry Zeimet, Jr. Thia ill Sis- Ur Martelila's first year out on mission and she will teach the second grade in a negro school in Chicago. THE KENT MOTOR COMPANY'S ANNUAL AUGUST CLEARANCE SALE All Makes, All Models, Reconditioned and Guaranteed, Large Selection, With That Very Special Money-Back Guarantee. USED CARS AND TRUCKS NEW CAR PRICES ARE UP • OUR USED CAR PRICES ARE DOWN - YOU CAN SAVE MONEY IN TWO WAYS «v~~«afr**~ajww^»»,.v>«*»''ifr~ They're Red Hot Buys - See These Cars Today Price* Are Bound to be Higher This Fall—From Our Large Selection You Can Find Juat What You Want At a Price You Will Be Willing to Pay. Come Early! Take Your Pick. tiercial R. & G. Trucks 1936 FORD L. W. B. TRUCK,- DUAL- WHEELS, Ford hot air heater, can be used for real heavy duty work—$595. 1935 CHEVROLET L. W. B. TRUCK, DUAL wheels, grain and stock rack, for $425. 1934 DODGE, L. W. B., DUAL EQUIPPED WITH grain box, new paint, all ready to go, at $340. 1936 INTERNATIONAL PICK-UP TRUCK, LCfl mileage, tires perfect, only 14,000. Square Deal Values 1933 CHEVROLET L. W. B. TRUCK, A SPLENDID farm unit, priced far below actual worth going for $195 1931 CHEVROLET L. W. B. TRUCK, DUAL TIRES make us a reasonable offer after inspecting it yourself; will not refuse a reasonable offer. R. & G. Cars 1936 FORD TUDOR, DULL GRAY, EXCELLENT finish, good tires, clean throughout-«-$485. 1936 FORD TUDOR, BLACK, EXCELLENT TIRES with Ford hot air heater and defroster, a real buy $495. 1936 CHEVROLET MASTER 4-DOOR SEDAN, low mileage, immaculately clean and well taken care of, good tires, going for $585. 1935 FORD TUDOR, MOTOR HAS BEEN THOR- oughly reconditioned, green color, finish ifi excellent condition and good tires, two new, at $395. 1935 FORD DELUXE 4-DOOR SEDAN, GREEN finish, good tires, a $485 value priced for clearance at $435. 1935 CHEVROLET COACH, BLACK COLOR, practically new tires, for $395. 1934 FORD TUDOR, THOROUGHLY and COM- pletely reconditioned, new motor and new clutch, clean throughout, excellent finish, at $345. 1934 FORD TUDOR, COLOR BLACK, RECON- ditioned with radio and heater, a good serviceable machine, a snap at $345. 1934 CHEVROLET COACH, GUNMETAL FINISH excellent tires, has been thoroughly reconditioned, a special at $295. Square Deal Values 1930 CHEVROLETCOUPE WILL MAKE A GOOD car for children to drive to school, or other auxiliary purpose*, priced at $150. 1929 CHEVROLET 4-DOOR SEDAN, NEW PAINT runs nice, at $125. 1929 CHEVROLET TRUCK L. W. B., SINGLE tires, with platform. 1929 FORD 4-DOOR SEDAN, BLACK, TIRES ARE good, at $110. "As Is" Cars 1929 HUDSON SEDAN $59.00 1929 OLDSMOBILE SEDAN _. $69,00 1928 BUICK 4-DOOR SEDAN $39.00 4927 CHEVROLET 4-DOOR SEDAN $39.00 JUST THE CAR OR TRUCK YOU WANT AT THE PRICE YOU i WANT TO PAY. Kent Motor Co. ALGONA'S FORD DEALER Phone 434 TERMS THAT ARE CONVENIENT. YOUR PRESENT CAR MAY MAKE THE DOWN PAYMENT

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